A Philadelphia recording studio equipped with THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY AND VINTAGE FAVORITES.
SUPPLYING EXPERTISE TRUSTED BY LOCAL AND NATIONAL ARTISTS FOR OVER FIVE YEARS. beyond providing a quality recordinG.
UNBALANCED SIGNALS work with you to create a discerning, authentic representation of your MUSIC BY PROVIDING A COMPLETE AND CREATIVE MENU OF SERVICES. UNBALANCED SIGNALS OFFERS EVERY FUNCTION OF THE MUSIC PRODUCTION PROCESS FROM RECORDING AND PRODUCTION TO MIXING AND MASTERING.
Al Creedon got his start as a teenager recording local punk and hardcore bands in his parent's basement. Creedon moved on to a series of internships at different studios in Nashville,TN, assisting various producers in a variety of genres. After completing his degree at Middlesex University in London, Creedon was employed at London's Crouch Hill Studio. He then returned to Philadelphia and began working as a freelance engineer as well as an adjunct professor teaching audio engineering and music theory. In 2012 Creedon was hired as a staff engineer by Kyle Johnson, who had just opened Fancy Time. Together, with Johnson in the role of producer and Creedon as engineer, they made records for bands such as Priests, Creepoid, Bleeding Rainbow, So So Glos and Nothing. Creedon, independent of Johnson, also engineered/produced recordings for bands including Taiwan Housing Project, Slutever, Profligate, Boytoy and Eternal Summers. In addition to his work as an engineer/producer, Creedon is a multi-instrumentalist as well as a proficient programmer on a variety of samplers and sequencers. Creedon is also known for his ability to use equipment in unconventional ways as means to originate new sounds. He has toured extensively as a guitarist in Bleeding Rainbow (Kanine Records) and is one half of the experimental duo I IM EYE MY (Not Not Fun). Creedon assumed ownership of Fancy Time in 2014. Creedon moved and renamed the studio to Unbalanced Signals in 2016.